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The Learning eXPLOSION - 9 Rules to Ignite Your Virtual Classrooms

Matthew Murdoch

When we started researching the feasibility of moving face-to-face training to virtual classrooms, we attended numerous online events and spoke to many experts. We then set out applying the best of what we heard and read and omitted the ineffective practices we experienced firsthand. Since then, we have actively been testing, modifying, retesting, and fine-tuning our virtual-classroom programs while training instructors and launching virtual-classroom initiatives worldwide.The purpose of this book is to share the principles and practices we’ve discovered with everyone who has been tasked with moving traditional training to virtual classrooms.In this audio program The Learning eXPLOSION: 9 Rules to Ignite Your Virtual Classrooms, Matthew Murdoch and Treion Muller teach you how to: The Rule of Continual ChangeLearning has been in a state of change forever—slowly evolving. But with the current explosion, learning is anything but slow. It is rapid. Instant. Continuously changing. Morphing. Upgrading. The Rule of Knowledge TransferDon’t try to force the same amount of content you usually teach in instruction-led training programs into your virtual classrooms. Just because you have eight hours worth of face-to-face training content doesn’t mean you have eight hours worth of virtual training content. The Rule of Learning CircuitryWhen you first begin the process of moving your training online, you may not want too many people on the project. Actually, in most cases, it’s best to start with a small core team. Small teams can move fast and won’t get bogged down in bureaucracy. You’re going to need the flexibility to modify your circuitry quickly. Ideas will change; strategies will be modified. We guarantee it. So start small and nimble. The Rule of Overcoming BiasMany people are preconditioned to think that people can’t be taught if training isn’t a face-to-face experience conducted in a brick-and-mortar building. Their beliefs are sometimes rooted in a more traditional way of thinking, making their biases hard to ove

When we started researching the feasibility of moving face-to-face training to virtual classrooms, we attended numerous online events and spoke to many experts. We then set out applying the best of what we heard and read and omitted the ineffective practices we experienced firsthand. Since then, we have actively been testing, modifying, retesting, and fine-tuning our virtual-classroom programs while training instructors and launching virtual-classroom initiatives worldwide.The purpose of this book is to share the principles and practices we’ve discovered with everyone who has been tasked with moving traditional training to virtual classrooms.In this audio program The Learning eXPLOSION: 9 Rules to Ignite Your Virtual Classrooms, Matthew Murdoch and Treion Muller teach you how to: The Rule of Continual ChangeLearning has been in a state of change forever—slowly evolving. But with the current explosion, learning is anything but slow. It is rapid. Instant. Continuously changing. Morphing. Upgrading. The Rule of Knowledge TransferDon’t try to force the same amount of content you usually teach in instruction-led training programs into your virtual classrooms. Just because you have eight hours worth of face-to-face training content doesn’t mean you have eight hours worth of virtual training content. The Rule of Learning CircuitryWhen you first begin the process of moving your training online, you may not want too many people on the project. Actually, in most cases, it’s best to start with a small core team. Small teams can move fast and won’t get bogged down in bureaucracy. You’re going to need the flexibility to modify your circuitry quickly. Ideas will change; strategies will be modified. We guarantee it. So start small and nimble. The Rule of Overcoming BiasMany people are preconditioned to think that people can’t be taught if training isn’t a face-to-face experience conducted in a brick-and-mortar building. Their beliefs are sometimes rooted in a more traditional way of thinking, making their biases hard to ove
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When we started researching the feasibility of moving face-to-face training to virtual classrooms, we attended numerous online events and spoke to many experts. We then set out applying the best of what we heard and read and omitted the ineffective practices we experienced firsthand. Since then, we have actively been testing, modifying, retesting, and fine-tuning our virtual-classroom programs while training instructors and launching virtual-classroom initiatives worldwide.The purpose of this book is to share the principles and practices we’ve discovered with everyone who has been tasked with moving traditional training to virtual classrooms.In this audio program The Learning eXPLOSION: 9 Rules to Ignite Your Virtual Classrooms, Matthew Murdoch and Treion Muller teach you how to: The Rule of Continual ChangeLearning has been in a state of change forever—slowly evolving. But with the current explosion, learning is anything but slow. It is rapid. Instant. Continuously changing. Morphing. Upgrading. The Rule of Knowledge TransferDon’t try to force the same amount of content you usually teach in instruction-led training programs into your virtual classrooms. Just because you have eight hours worth of face-to-face training content doesn’t mean you have eight hours worth of virtual training content. The Rule of Learning CircuitryWhen you first begin the process of moving your training online, you may not want too many people on the project. Actually, in most cases, it’s best to start with a small core team. Small teams can move fast and won’t get bogged down in bureaucracy. You’re going to need the flexibility to modify your circuitry quickly. Ideas will change; strategies will be modified. We guarantee it. So start small and nimble. The Rule of Overcoming BiasMany people are preconditioned to think that people can’t be taught if training isn’t a face-to-face experience conducted in a brick-and-mortar building. Their beliefs are sometimes rooted in a more traditional way of thinking, making their biases hard to ove

Language:

English

Narrators:

Treion Muller

Length:

2h 59m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

03:46


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

05:49


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

03:13


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

10:44


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

11:51


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

07:07


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

26:15


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

16:34


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

13:16


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

27:17


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

16:45


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

09:20


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

08:31


Chapter 14
Chapter 14

12:06


Chapter 15
Chapter 15

04:45


Chapter 16
Chapter 16

01:47